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Gravity And Black Holes

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Posted by Chris on November 20, 2003 20:23:38 UTC

If you look at how they assume black holes are created, when a stars core stops the nuclear fusion the outward force the radiation put off stops and the star of mass has all the pressure of its gravity pushing done on it with no force pushing back so it eventually collapses. and if you think of when a ship sinks it sucks everything around it down with it, much as the way you can think of when a star collapses, so how can you say gravity can escape it when it appears to be nothing more than gravity.

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